The Eraserhood: The area in Philadelphia located between 8th and Broad (east to west) & Spring Garden and Vine Streets (North to South). The part of our city that inspired David Lynch’s 1977 cult classic Eraserhead.
This Friday July 12, 2013 PhilaMOCA will be hosting their second annual David Lynch-themed variety show Eraserhood Forever (and Ever). The night will start with an art show featuring artist that have been inspired by the tribute artist. Following the art show will be a variety of acts including live music from Philly’s own Weird Hot, Silencio, and a David Lynch inspired burlesque show.
The event will also serve as the world premiere of PhilaMOCA’s short film ERASERHOOD FOREVER, a profile of  the developing neighborhood that was once home to David Lynch If that wasn’t enough entertainment for your Friday night, you’ll be able to indulge in some Eraserhood-themed drinks at The Trestle Inn at the official after party.

Date: Friday, July 12, 2013 from 6:00pm until 11:30pm
Tickets: $10, all ages.
Venue: PhilaMOCA, 531 N 12th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

(via PhilaMOCA presents Eraserhood Forever (and Ever) : magazine)